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Adrien, John. Two or more Aldermen so named, I. 405, 406.

Alderman, Volunteer in fleet against Spanish Armada, II. 175.

Alderman removed for bankruptcy, see Bankruptcy.

Alderman, Baptist Preacher, see Baptist.

", conspiracy to defraud, resigned on conviction for, I. 106.

Alderman, contumelious words, suspended for using, I. 168.

Alderman of Ward, earliest mention of, I. 363, Introduction xiv.

Alderman, Elected by Mayor and Aldermen in default of return by men of the Ward, I. 114.

Alderman, Fine for insulting, I. 408.

", Imprisoned for disobedience to Mayor and Aldermen, II. 168, 172.

Alderman, Imprisoned for misprision of treason, II. 173.

Alderman, Imprisoned for refusal to pay tunnage and poundage, II. 181.

Alderman, first Jewish, see Jewish.

", King, elected on recommendation of, I. 174, II. 164.

Alderman, 'the noble,' II. 163.

", first Protestant, see Protestant.

", Scots, sent to serve in army against, II. 171, Introduction lv.

Alderman, High Treason, executed for, I. 46.

Aldermen, Annual Elections of, before 1377, Introduction xvii., xviii.

Aldermen, Annual Elections of, 1377–1394, I. 392–403.

Aldermen, Bankers, II. 194, 195 (bis), 196 (ter), 197 (ter), 198 (bis), 199 (quater), 200 (bis), 201 (bis), 202 (7), 203 (ter), 205, 207.

Aldermen, Biographical and other notes, I. 405–408; II. 159–208.

Aldermen and Cade's insurrection, see Cade.

" Chamberlains, see Chamberlain.

" Characters of, temp. Charles II., II. 182, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 232, Introduction lvi.

Aldermen, Charles I., members of Court for trying, II. 180, 181, 182 (ter), 183, 186.

Aldermen and the Charter, see Charter.

" Chronicles, writers of, II. 159, 163, 165, 167.

Aldermen, Chronological List, 1230–1912, I. 362–404; II. 1–156.

Aldermen, Cloaks worn by, I. 408, Introduction xxxi.

Aldermen, Connexion of, with their Wards, Introduction.

Aldermen and the Corporation Act, see Corporation.

Aldermen, Court of Aldermen, elected by, after rejection of three nominations, I. 3, 17, 35 (ter), 57, 58, 72, 73, 77, 90 (bis), 106, 109, 123, 130, 138, 154 (bis), 186, 249; II. 12, 13, 14 (bis), 15 (quater), 16 (bis), 17, 20, 25, 62, 104, 144, 150.

Aldermen, Court of, Regular recurrence of changes in, Introduction xlviii.

Aldermen, Court of, the first, Introduction xi., xii.

Aldermen, Court of, in 1912, II. 157.

Aldermen, Court of, relations of with Common Council, Introduction xlvii.

Aldermen, Difficulty of obtaining consent to serve as, Introduction xxxix.

Aldermen, Discharge of:
-, Act of oblivion, under provisions of, I. 19, 50, 149, 231 (bis).
-, Alien, as being an, I. 140.
-, Blindness, on plea of, I. 228.
-, Cheap Cross, on payment towards repair of, I. 16, 154.
-, Contumacy and disobedience, for, I. 10.
-, Country or Ireland, or foreign parts, on plea of residence in the, I. 25, 26, 29, 42, 104, 117, 118, 148, 162, 202, 211, 222, 227, 234.
-, Covenant, for refusal to make declaration against, I. 118.
-, Customs, as being a Commissioner of, I. 160.
-, Deafness, in consideration of, I. 64, 228 (bis).
-, Debility, sickness or general infirmity, on plea of, I. 6, 12, 18, 19 (ter), 23, 24, 25, 29, 39, 41 (bis), 47, 58 (bis), 59, 64 (ter), 72, 73, 84, 93 (ter), 95 (bis), 101, 103 (bis), 104, 110, 115 (ter), 118, 126, 130, 133, 137 (bis), 139, 146 (bis), 147, 154, 158, 162, 169, 170, 175, 183, 191, 192, 206, 208, 211, 217, 219, 221, 222, 223, 229.
-, Debt, on account of imprisonment for, in Ludgate, I. 218.
-, Debts and other 'matters scandalous and disgraceful in his conversation,' on account of, I. 133.
-, 'Demeanour and carriage,' for unfitting, II. 174.
-, Estate, for insufficiency of, I. 3, 4, 12, 13, 25 (bis), 30, 35, 38, 51, 57, 86, 91, 103, 149, 155, 162, 163, 181, 185, 200, 212, 221 (bis), 222, 223.
-, Essex's rebellion, for complicity in, I. 158, Introduction lv.
-, Family, in consideration of large, and of debts, I. 95, 212.
-, Freeman, as not being a, I. 96, 161, 213, 221.
-, Gout, colic and stone, as being afflicted with, I. 115.
-, Government,' as 'being against all, I. 30.
-, Guildhall, on undertaking to glaze eastern window of, I. 163.
-, Hospitals, in consideration of service to, I. 64, 65.
-, House, on giving to City one for use of the poor, I. 147.
-, Imprisonment by Parliament, on account of, II.220.
-, Infirm, as being too, to come to Court to be sworn, I. 116, 222.
-, Lord Keeper, at request of, I. 93, Introduction xliii.
-, King's cause, in consideration of sufferings for the, I. 117.
-, King's command or request, at the, I. 4, 24, 49, 72, 110, Introduction xlii., xliii.
-, King's service, as being in, and not having sufficient leisure, I. 22, 70, 162; II. 163, 219, Introduction xviii., note 33a.
-, Losses, on plea of, I. 212, 226; II. 219.
-, 'Miscarriage and offences,' for, I. 111.
-, Neglect of duty, for non-attendance and, I. 6, 26, 49, 113, 219.
-, Newcastle-on-Tyne, having served three times as Mayor of, I. 148.
-, Obscure lodging, as dwelling in, and 'yielding no appearance of a mind and understanding meet for a public office,' I. 85, 87.

Aldermen, Discharge of:
-, Old age, on plea of, I. 12 (bis), 13, 18, 19 (bis), 25, 33, 41 (bis), 47, 64, 65, 72, 84, 93, 95, 103, 115 (bis), 117, 118, 126, 130, 131, 137, 147, 170, 175, 183, 202, 208 (bis).
-, Parliament, as being Members of, I. 49, 141, 170.
-, Parliament (or House of Commons), by order of, I. 13, 39, 49, 83, 102, 124, 159, 219, Introduction lv.
-, Poor, on payment to relief of, I. 37.
-, Pots, on giving two great standing, of silver and gilt, I. 146.
-, Present inability, in consideration of, I. 40.
-, Privilege, by his, I. 229.
-, Public employment, under the Commonwealth, in consideration of, 106, note B.
-, Tower, on promising to build a, in the City wall, I. 416.
-, High treason, on accusation of, I. 57, Introduction liv.
-, 'Unworthiness and great unfitness,' for, I. 30.
-, 'Unfit and unworthy,' as being, I. 95, 133, 184, 228.

Aldermen, composition of electing body, Introduction xlvii.
-, Elections voided, see Elections.
-, Eminent and distinguished, Introduction xlix.-li.
-, Fine reduced, see Fine.
-, Founders of families and ancestors of eminent men, Introduction, li., lii.
-, Fracas between, I. 172, 173; II. 200.
-, Gaol fever, dying of, see Gaol fever.
-, Grocers, temp. Richard II., I. 328, 358–361.
-, Hundred Rolls of 1275, named in, see Ward Lists.
-, Imprisoned for refusing to accept election, II. 163, 170 (ter), 171 (bis), 176 (bis), 181, 183 (bis), 184.
-, Jacobite, II. 196, 197 (bis).
-, Justices of the Peace, Introduction xxxi.
-, Knights and Baronets, I. 255–260; II. 222, Introduction xliii., xliv.
-, Legendary Knighthoods, I. 257; II. 180, Introduction xliii.
-, List of, Date of first Complete, I. 370, 373, 374, Introduction xviii.
-, Lists, early: before 1275, I. 362–375.
-, In St. Paul's MSS., I. 363, 364; II. 227, Introduction xiv.
-, named in Hundred Rolls of 1275, I. 369, 370.
-, in Lansdowne MS., I. 238, 239, Introduction xvii.
-, in Letter Books, I. 239, Introduction xviii.
-, Livery Companies, connexion with the, see Livery.
-, Malversation and misappropriation of money, deprived for, I. 167, II. 161, 187.
-, 'Merchant Princes,' Introduction l.
-, Monopoly, deprived for extortion in connexion with a, I. 216; II. 161.
-, Mottoes for, II. 199 (bis), 211 (ter).
-, Nominations, two (later four) required for vacancies, I. 242, Introduction xix., xx.

Nominations rejected:
-, Accepted later, the Court being 'better satisfied,' I. 213.
-, Aldermen, return including two, I. 244.
-, " return including four, I. 18, 19.
-, Alien, return including son of an, I. 26, 247.
-, Company, return including too many of one, I. 213, note A, 247.
-, Deaf and lame, return including persons respectively, I. 247.
-, Discharged, return including one person already, I. 77, 160, 247, 248.
-, 'Disorderly proceeding thereof,' for the, I. 246.
-, Five names, return including, I. 245.
-, Information, on good, respecting the two Commoners, I. 223.
-, Insufficiency of, for, I. 11, 77, 244, 245, 246.
-, King, return including one person contrary to request of the, I. 246.
-, Lord Great Master, at request of the, I. 246.
-, Non-Freeman, return including a, I. 84, 222, 247.
-, No reason stated, I. 3 (bis), 6, 23, 24, 35, 47, 52, 72, 73 (bis), 74, 76, 85, 90, 103, 118, 119, 123, 126, 130, 131, 133, 146, 147, 149, 150, 151, 155 (bis), 161, 162, 163, 181, 191 (ter), 192, 199, 202, 203, 207, 208, 221, 231, 244.
-, Only one name returned, I. 59, 247.
-, Parliament, return including one exempt by Act of, I. 158, 246.
-, Poll, because refused at nomination of Aldermen to be returned, I. 195, 248.
-, Qualification, return including one possessing none 'worthy the place and dignity,' I. 247.
-, Removable annually on St. Gregory's day, Introduction xviii.
-, Stranger, return including son of a, I. 230, 247.
-, Two years, return including Aldermen who had not served their Wards, I. 203, 213 note A, 226, 228, 246 (ter), 247.
-, 'Utterly misliked by the Court,' it being, I. 246.

Parliament, Aldermen in see Parliament.

", Aldermanic votes in see Parliament.

Pensions to retired, II. 173, 182, 183, 185, 186, 187, 195, 199.

Philanthropic, Introduction l.

Political action of, Introduction liii.-lix.

Polls at election of, I. 14, 15, 20, 21, 31, 32, 43, 53, 54, 61, 62, 78, 87, 96, 97, 105, 106, 112, 120, 126, 127, 134, 142, 151, 152, 164, 165, 171, 172, 177, 186, 188, 195, 196, 203, 204, 214, 215, 224, Introduction xxii.

Privy Councillors, I. 130, 175, 186; II. 164, 169.

Property Qualification of, Introduction xxxix.

Protestant first, see Protestant.

Recorders, I. 80 (bis), 81 (ter), 197; II. 160, 161.

Re-elected after non-appearance to be sworn, I. 30, 38, 67.

Regicides, II. 182 (bis), 186, Introduction lv., lvi.

Removed on divers considerations, I. 66, 141.

Removed on divers great and urgent considerations, I. 155.

Removed for divers causes moving to the same, I. 169.

Removed by Parliament; I. 13, 38, 49, 83, 102, 124, 159, 170, 219; II. 69, Introduction lv.

Restored after removal by Parliament, I. 41, 50, 85, 103, 125, 171; II. 90, 180, Introduction lvi.

Schools, Founders of, II. 163, 166, 167, 168, 170 (ter), 171, 172, 173, 176, 181, 186, 188, 234, Introduction l.

Translation of, I. 240, 241, Introduction xx.– xxii.

Translated before two years from election, I. 246 (ter), 247 (bis), Introduction xxi., xxii.

Translated during their Mayoralties, Introduction, Appendix I.

Translation declined or consent withdrawn, I. 22, 125, 132, 175, 178 note C, 197.

Translation, Minimum limit of time before, I. 106 note B, 240, Introduction xxi., xxii.

Verse, writers of, II. 203, 206.

Veto, right and exercise of, by the Court, I. 242–249.

Vexation, said to have died through, II. 168 (bis).

Votes in Court at election of, I. 90, 145 (bis), 146, 152, 206, 230 (bis), 234; II. 221.

Wards, three or more successively, serving for, I. 240, 420.

Welsh, II. 168, 178, 200, 203.

Worthies, Included in The Nine, II. 161, 163.

Years of exceptional mortality among, Introduction xlviii., xlix.

Aldersgate Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 1–8; II. 236.

Aldersgate Ward, Note on Aldermen, 1336, I. 8A, 135B.

Aldersgate Ward, Note on Aldermen, 1433– 1437, I. 8B.

Aldgate Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 9–15; II. 236.

'Auctioneers, The Emperor of,' II. 201.

Ballot, Vote by, in Court of Aldermen, Introduction xxxii.

Bankruptcy, Aldermen removed on account of, I. 61.

Baptist Preacher, an Alderman, II. 193.

Barentyn, D., Perversion of his Christian name, II. 209.

Barons of the City, Introduction xv.

Bassishaw Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 16–21.

Beckford, W., his faulty Latin, II. 211.

Bellman, the Ward—Institution of, II. 210.

Benn's Club, II. 197.

Bennett, Sir J., Election for Cheap, I. 106, 243; II. 207, Introduction xx., xxxviii.

Bibliography, Introduction lxv.-lxvii.

Billingsgate Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 22-32; II. 236.

Billingsgate Ward, Note on the Aldermen in 1382, I. 32A.

Bishopsgate Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 33–43; II. 236.

Bishopsgate Ward, Note on Aldermen, 1298– 1299, I. 43A.

Bishopsgate Ward, Notes on Aldermen, 1415– 1417, I. 43B; II. 5.

Bishopsgate Ward, Note on Aldermen, 1469– 1472, I. 43 C.

Bishopsgate Ward, Election of 1713, Conduct of Whig Aldermen after, I. 411.

Bread Street Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 45-54; II. 236.

Bread Street Ward, Note on Aldermen, 1492–1496, I. 54A.

Bridge Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I.55-62; II. 236.

Bridge Ward, Notes on the Election of 1774, I. 62A.

Bridge Ward Without, Act regulating Elections of Aldermen for, I. 63, 240, Introduction xxii.

Bridge Ward Without, Succession of Aldermen, I. 63–69.

Bridge Ward Without, The Election of May, 1558, I. 69A.

Bridge Ward Without, Summary of removals from other Wards to, I. 69B.

Bridge Ward Without, Limit of three years before translation from, I. 106B. 240, 242, Introduction xxi.

Broad Street Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 70-78; II. 237.

Broad Street Ward, Notes on Aldermen, 1401–1407, I. 79A, 230; II. 3.

Broad Street Ward, Note on Aldermen, 1469–1472, I. 44.

Broad Street Ward, Contest at the nominations in 1711, I. 229.

Broad Street Ward, The elections of, 1741, I. 79B.

Cade, Jack, Alderman discharged at instance of his followers, II. 164.

Cade, Jack. Alderman imprisoned by his followers, II. 164.

Cade, Jack. Alderman killed in fight with his followers, I. 2.

Candlewick Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 80-87; II. 237.

Castle Baynard Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 88-97.

Castle Baynard Ward, Aldermen, 1415–1416, I. 97A.

Castle Baynard Ward, Aldermen, 1469–1472, I. 44.

Castle Baynard Ward, Aldermen, 1687, I. xx. (inset), 98B.

Castle Baynard Ward, Change of Aldermen in 1690, I. 98C.

Caxton, apprentice to an Alderman, II. 163.

Chamberlain, List of Aldermen who served as, Introduction lxiv.

Chamberlain, Aldermen resigning after election to office of, I. 32, 53, 68, 69, 78, 112, 127, 186, 413.

Chamberlain, Aldermen retaining their seats after election to office of, I. 1, 164.

Charter, Aldermen restored at the Restoration of the, I. 7, 20, 53, 67, 77, 86, 96, 104, 119, 151, 164, 185, 195, 202, 223; II. 115.

Charter, Aldermen superseded by the Restoration of the, I. 7, 14, 20, 31, 53, 77, 86, 96, 104, 111, 119, 141, 151, 164, 171, 177, 185, 195, 202, 213, 223; II. 115, Introduction lvii.

Charter, Aldermen superseded at the Suspension of the, I. 67, 104, 111, 134, 141, 151, 194, 213; II. 109, Introduction lvi.

Cheap Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 99–106; II. 237.

Cheap Ward, The Election of 1689, I. 106C.

" " The Elections of 1877, I. 106D.

Christ Church, Aldgate, Priors of, see Holy Trinity.

Churchill, Quotations from the poet, II. 197, 211.

City Biography, Aldermen noticed in, II. 200, 201, 216.

Cnihtengild, the, I. 179, 187A, Introduction xvi.

Coleman Street Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 107-112; II. 237.

Coleman Street Ward, Aldermen in 1298, I. 415.

Coleman Street Ward, Aldermen in 1414–1415, II. 5.

Commune of London, The, Introduction xii.

Cordwainer Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 113-120; II. 237.

Cornhill Ward, its omission from the Lansdowne MS. list of Aldermen, Introduction xvii.

Cornhill Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 121-127; II. 237.

Corporation, Democratic character of the, Introduction lix.

Corporation Act, Aldermen appointed by Commissioners for administering, I. 85, 184, Introduction lvi.

Corporation Act, Aldermen removed by Commissioners for administering, I. 85, 184; II. 185, 186, Introduction lvi.

Council of A.D. 1200, Introduction xi.–xiv.

Cranfield, Sir L., nominated for Alderman and Sheriff, I. 58, 159, Introduction xliv.

Cripplegate Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 128–135.

Cripplegate Ward, Aldermen in 1336, I. 8A, 135B.

Cripplegate Ward, Aldermen in 1415–1416, I. 135C; II. 4.

Cripplegate Ward, The Election of 1723, I. 134.

Crosby Place and Hall, II. 165, 167, 168, 173, 207.

'Cute, Alderman,' Original of, II. 204.

'Dame' prefixed to name of wife of Mayor not Knighted, I. 256; II. 222.

Dictionary of National Biography, List of Aldermen noticed in, II. 212–214.

Dictionary of National Biography, Articles in, commendable, I. 402; II. 34, 38, 47, 51, 63, 66, 69, 78, 108, 129, 134, 137, 139, 162.

Dictionary of National Biography, Disproportionate length of articles in, Introduction xlix. (note 298).

Dictionary of National Biography, Errors of fact or date in, I. xvii., xviii., 229, 358, 375, 386, 389, 390, 402; II. 4, 11, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 21, 24, 26, 28, 29, 31, 33, 34, 38, 39, 42, 43, 44, 47, 48, 49, 54, 55, 57, 59, 60, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 72, 90, 98, 99, 101, 103, 105, 106, 108, 110, 113, 114, 116, 117, 118, 120, 121, 124, 126, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 146, 147, 148, 150, 169, 183, 204, 230, 232, Introduction xlix., liv. lvi.

Dictionary of National Biography, Omissions in, I. 383; II. 4, 8, 14, 19, 26, 29, 30, 33, 34, 38, 39, 42, 44, 45, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 54, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 72, 73, 76, 86, 90, 98, 99, 101, 103, 105, 106, 108, 110, 111, 114, 116, 117, 118, 120, 125, 126, 133, 134, 135, 137, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 147, 148, 182, 230, 232.

'Don Key,' II. 204.

Dowgate Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 136-142; II. 237.

Dowgate Ward, Aldermen 1492–1496, I. 54 A.

Drinking to Sheriffs, Custom of, see Propination.

Dryden, Quotations from Absalom and Achitophel, I. 189, 191, 211.

Échevins, see Skivini.

Elections, Annual, see Aldermen.

", declared void for informality, I. 164, 233.

Election declared void because Ward not first declined by another Alderman nominated, I. 39, Introduction xx. (note 46d).

Elections declared void for refusal to take oaths, I. 15, 186.

Elections declared void by Court of King's Bench on Writ of Quo Warranto, I. 15, 186, 188 G.

Elections, Royal and Ministerial interference in civic, Introduction xli.-xliii.

Errors in Husting Rolls, see Husting Rolls.

" in Journals, see Journals.

" in Repertories, see Repertories.

'Esperanto,' Aldermanic advocate for use of. II. 208.

Estfeld, Sir W., his knighthood, date and nature of, I. 256, 420, II. 6.

Euclid, Elements of, first translated by an Alderman, II. 174, Introduction l.

Exchequer Chamber, Judgment of King's Bench reversed by Court of, I. 15.

Farringdon Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 143, 144.

Farringdon Ward, Aldermanry demised, I. 143, 144 A, Introduction xvi., xvii.

Farringdon Ward divided into two Wards, I. 144, Introduction xv.

Farringdon Ward, date of division, I. 144 B, Introduction xv. (note 16).

Farringdon Ward Within, Succession of Aldermen, I. 145-152; II. 238.

Farringdon Ward Within, Aldermen in 1422, I. 152 A.

Farringdon Ward Without, Succession of Aldermen, I. 153-165; II. 238.

Farringdon Ward Without, Limit of time before translation from, I. 106 B, 240, 242, Introduction xxi.

'Fathers of the City' (senior Aldermen), I. 250–254, 328.

'Ferthingward,' Identification of, I. 178.

Fines, Aldermen discharged without, I. 28, 30, 51, 73, 117 (bis), 133, 149, 156, 160, 170, 176, 211, 212, 218, 221 (bis), 223, 226 (bis), 227.

Fines imposed on Nonconformists refusing the Shrievalty, Introduction xxxv., xxxvi.

Fines for benefit of preachers in prisons, Introduction xl.

Fines used for purchase of present for the Queen Consort, II. 188.

Fines, Alderman fined for disclosing 'the counsel of the House,' II. 210.

Fines given to Christ's Hospital, I. 93, 140.

Fines used for building Mansion House, Introduction xxxvi.

Fines reduced in amount, I. 5, 6, 85, 104 (bis), 149, 202, 232, 411 (bis), 414.

Fire, Minutes of Court Meetings lost in Great (1666) II. 98.

Fitz-Ivo, T., date of his Aldermanry or deputy Aldermanry, I. 365.

Fleet Street Ward, I. 143.

Flete Ward, I. 143.

Folesham, B. de, breach of continuity in period of service as Alderman, I. 172 A, Introduction xviii.

Free Trader, An early Aldermanic, II. 292.

Freedom of City restricted to members of misteries, I. 329, Introduction xlvi.

Fuller's Worthies, Quotations from, II. 164, 165 (bis), 167 (bis), 169, 171 (bis), 177, 181, 210.

Gaol fever, Lord Mayor and Aldermen who died from, II. 197.

Gerin, Sheriff of Middlesex, Introduction xxxii.

Gisors, J. de, Ward represented by, 1306–1310, I. 21 A.

Gisors, J. de, date of death, II. 160.

Godfrey, Sir E. B., nominated for Alderman, I. 162, Introduction xlv.

Grenstede, Thomas de, Identity of, II. 227.

Gresham, Sir T., nominated for Alderman, I. 139, Introduction xliv.

Grey, Lady Jane, Aldermen who attested the bequest of the Crown to, II. 210.

Holy Trinity (or Christ Church), Aldgate, Priors of:
-, Succession of, I. 179–181, 234, 417, 418.
-, Disputed election of, II. 164, 220.
-, Ejection and restoration of, II. 167.
-, Objection to confirmation of, II. 163.
-, Soke of the Cnihtengild, date when surrendered to, I. 187A.

Husting Rolls, Error in corrected, I. 196.

Imprisonment for refusal to serve as Alderman, II. 163, 165, 170 (ter), 171 (bis), 176 (bis), 218.

Jacobites, Aldermen who were, see Aldermen.

Jew, first to be elected Alderman, II. 205.

Journal, Error in corrected, I. 273.

Juvenal, Quotations from the Satires of, II. 199, 211.

Lancastrian, Aldermen of that party, II. 11, 164, 165 (ter), Introduction liv., lv.

Langebrod Ward, II. 220.

Langbourn Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 166–172; II. 238.

Langford Ward, I. 239.

Lansdowne MS. list of Aldermen, see Aldermen, early lists of.

Letter Books, Errors in corrected, I. 31, 225, 228, 230, 234, 378; II. 209, 219, 229.

Lime Street, Succession of Aldermen, I. 173-178.

Lime Street, Aldermen in 1294-1300, I. 178A, B.

" ", Aldermen in 1468–1472, I. 44, 178C.

Livery Companies, The Aldermen and the, I. 329–361, 422; II. 225, Introduction xlv.– xlvii.

Livery Companies, (fn. 1) Aldermanic Members of, List of, I. 336–357, 422; II. 225, 226, 227.

Livery Companies, Aldermen not members of any, I. 31, 185.

Livery Companies, Election of Mayor and Sheriffs by, Introduction xxiv., xxxiii., xlvi.

Livery Companies, Imprisonment of Aldermen for refusing to change, I. 330, 331; II. 169.

Livery Companies, Lord Mayor and the greater, I. 331–333, Introduction xlvi.

Livery Companies, Politics of certain, I. 335.

Livery Companies, Translation of Aldermen from lesser to greater, I. 24, 36, 42, 91, 96, 102 (bis), 104, 105 (corrected 414), 111 (bis), 134, 139, 140, 147, 163, 171, 177, 184, 185, 186, 191, 195, 203 (bis), 226, 227 (bis), 228 (bis), 229 (bis), 230 (bis), 233, 330-333, 410, 415, 416; II. 20, 23, 25 (bis), 27, 33 (bis), 36, 38, 43, 52, 53, 54, 59, 69, 83, 92, 99, 101, 102, 105, 113 (bis), 116, 121, 122 (ter), 123, 125 (bis), 126 (bis), 127, 129, 130, 133 (bis), 139, 140, 150, 153, 217, Introduction xlvi.

Lombard Street Ward, I. 166.

London, City of, part taken by in political history, Introduction liii.–lix.

Lothbury Ward, I. 70, 107, 239.

Ludgate and Neugate Ward, I. 142.

Machyn's Diary, Burials of Aldermen recorded in, II. 215.

Mansion House, II. 196, 197, Introduction xxxvi.

'Martyr,' Aldermanic Whig, II. 192.

Lord Mayor, the first bearded, I. 172.

" ", Date and origin of title, I. 407, Introduction xxviii.-xxxi.

Lord Mayor to be elected from the Aldermen, Introduction xxvii.

Lord Mayor to have served as Sheriff, Introduction xxv., xxvii.

Lord Mayor, Gold Chain worn by, II. 169, Introduction xxx.

" ", Only Practising Medical, II. 208.

" ", removed by Parliament, II. 179, Introduction lv.

" ", First Protestant, II. 170.

" ", Royal Carriages stopped on Sundays by order of, II. 176.

Lord Mayor, 'Uncomely' headgear of a, II. 172.

" ", celebrated as a whist player, II. 200.

Lord Mayor bitten by a shark, II. 201.

Lord Mayors, Roman Catholic, in modern times, II. 207, 208.

Lord Mayors and Mayors, Bachelor, II. 167 (bis), 176, 205, 206, 208.

Lord Mayors and Mayors, Date of Election of, Introduction xxviii.

Lord Mayors and Mayors who died in office, I. 166 (bis), 193, 207.

Lord Mayors and Mayors elected a second time, Introduction xxvii., xxviii.

Lord Mayors and Mayors in Parliament, see Parliament.

Lord Mayors and Mayors, Composition of electing body, Introduction xxiv.

Lord Mayors and Mayors, senior Aldermen, custom of electing and departures from it, Introduction xxv., xxvi.

Lord Mayors and Mayors, Religious service before election of, II. 162, Introduction xxv.

Lord Mayors and Mayors who did not serve as Sheriffs, Introduction xxv.

Lord Mayors and Mayors who died of the Sweating Sickness, see Sweating Sickness.

Lord Mayors and Mayors who died of the Gaol Fever, see Gaol Fever.

Maces, The Charter of, I. 407; Introduction xix., xxviii., xxix.

Mayor, 'The good,' II. 210.

Mayor, Sheriff fined for insulting, see Sheriff.

Mayoral Banquet, expenses shared between Mayor and Sheriffs, Introduction xxxvii.

Mayoral Election, 1640, II. 179, 211, Introduction xxv., xxxi.

Mayoral Procession, A meagre, II. 206.

Mayoralty, Alderman passed over 'upon private displeasure of his brethren,' II. 72.

Mayoralty, Aldermen passed over for political reasons, Introduction xxv., xxvi., lvii., lviii.

Mayoralty, Aldermen passed over for financial reasons, II. 207, Introduction xxvi.

Mayoralty, Date of, Introduction xxiii.

Mayoralty held by a Commoner, II. 3, 209, Introduction xxiii., xxiv.

Michel, J., his Company, II. 4.

Nelson, Lord, Aldermanic ancestors, Introduction, II. lii.

" ", an Aldermanic executor of his Will, II. 203.

Nonconformist, Fines imposed on, see Fines.

Occasional Conformity Bills, Origin of, II. 193.

Parishes, Wards in which situate, I. xiii.-xv.

Parliament, Aldermen in (for constituencies other than the City), I. 298-317; II. 225.

Parliament, Aldermanic representation in, Summary of, I. 318.

Parliament, Aldermanic and civic votes in, I. 319-323, 421.

Parliament, Aldermanic votes at elections for the City, I. 291, 292, 293, 428; II. 223, 224, 232, 233.

Parliament, 'Fathers of the City' in, I. 328.

Parliament, Mayors and Lord Mayors in, I. 324, 325.

Parliament, Members of and elections for the City, I. 261-297; II. 223.

Parliament, Members of, discharged from serving as Aldermen, I. 49, 141, 170.

Parliament, 'Minority Clause,' effect on City representation, I. 296.

Parliament, Sheriffs in, I. 326, 327.

'Peine forte et dure,' Alderman's son put to death by, II. 210.

Pepys' Diary, Quotations from, II. 185, 186 (bis), 187 (5), 188, 189 (bis), 190 (bis), 200, 235.

'Peter Pindar,' Quotation from, II. 201.

Portsoken Ward and the Cnihtengild, I. 179, 187, Introduction xvi.

Portsoken Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 179-186, 418, 419.

Portsoken Ward, Deputy to Prior Eustace, I. 365, 373.

Portsoken Ward, Vacation of Aldermanry by Sir J. Smyth in 1689, I. 188 F.

Prisons, Fines of discharged Aldermen for benefit of preachers in, Introduction xl.

'Probi homines,' Introduction xii., xiv.

Proper Names, Varying orthography of, in records, I. xvi.; II. 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 63, 67, 69, 74, 84, 95, 101, 119, 121.

Propination, Nomination of Sheriffs by, Introduction xxxiv., xxxv.

Protestant Alderman, first, II. 169.

Queenhithe Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 189-196; II. 238.

Queenhithe Ward, Aldermen 1500-1510, I. 196 B.

Queenhithe Ward, the election of 1570, I. 196, note C.

Quia Emptores, The Statute of, Introduction xv., xvi.

'R's, The Three,' Author of the Phrase, II 202.

Rapperees, 'The British,' II. 195.

Repertories, Errors in corrected, I. 49, 178 D, 202, 230, 232; II. 56, 57, 58, 59, 67, 74, 88, 95, 101.

The Rolliad, Quotations from, II. 201.

Salomons, D., refused admission as Alderman of Aldgate, I. 15. 226.

Salomons, D., refused admission as Alderman of Portsoken, I. 186, 188 H.

Scales, M., Case of, I. 188 G, 242, 243, Introduction xx.

Sevenok, J., objections to his confirmation as Prior of Holy Trinity, I. 187 C.

Sheriff, Right of Mayor to elect one, Introduction xxxiv., xxxv.

Sheriff fined for insulting the Mayor, II. 165, 167.

Sheriff, expense of Office, Petition for diminution of, Introduction xxxvi.

Sheriff, precedence of Mayor's nominee, Introduction xxxiv.

Sheriffs, date of election of, Introduction xxxiii.

Sheriffs who died in office, Introduction xxxix.

Sheriffs, Difficulty of securing persons willing to serve as, Introduction xxxv.

Sheriffs elected Aldermen during Shrievalty, Introduction, Appendix II.

Sheriffs, unsuccessful candidates for election as Aldermen, Introduction xxxviii.

Sheriffs, composition of electing body, Introduction xxxiii.

Sheriffs, Members of Parliament, see Parliament.

Shrievalty of Middlesex held by Sheriffs of London, Introduction xxxii.

'Sir,' meaning of prefix, I. 255.

'Skivini,' Introduction xii., xiii.

Sovereign, Interference of the, with civic elections, Introduction xli.-xliii.

'Sweating Sickness,' Mayors and Aldermen who died of the, II. 166.

Terence, Quotation from, II. 199.

Town Clerk, (?) first recorded, II. 160.

Tower Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 197-204; II. 238.

Tower Ward, Aldermen in 1385 and 1386, I. 204 A.

Tower Ward, Admission of a substitute, I. 204 B.

Tower Ward, The Election of 1689, I. 106.

Wat Tyler, Aldermen who assisted, Introduction liv.

High Treason, Alderman discharged on accusation of, see Aldermen discharged.

High Treason, Aldermen executed for, see Aldermen, High Treason.

Victualling and non-victualling trades, Struggle between, temp. Richard II., II. 161, 162, 209; Introduction liii., liv.

Vintry Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 205-214; II. 238.

Vintry Ward, Disputed Elections 1826-1829, I. 215 C.

Virgil, Quotation from the Æneid of, II.

Walbrook, Wards East and West of the, Introduction xv.

Walbrook Ward, Succession of Aldermen, I. 216-224; II. 238.

Walbrook Ward, Aldermen 1469-1472, I. 44.

Walpole, Civic opposition to his ministry, Introduction xxvi., lvii.

Wardmotes, Three successive, without a nomination, I. 226, 244.

Wards, Changes in representation of, 14681472, I. 43, 44.

Wards, Connexion of Aldermen with their, Introduction xv., xvi.

Wards, Number of, Introduction, xiii.

Wards, Triangular interchange of Aldermen, I. 2.

Wilford's Memorials of Worthy Persons, Aldermen noticed in, II. 216.

Wilkes and the Aldermen, Introduction xxvi., lviii.

Wood Street Ward, I. 128.

Wythypool, P., Perversion of his name in Noorthouck's History of London, II. 210.

Year dates, Confusion of old and new systems of reckoning beginning of year, I. xvii.; II. 1, 14, 29, 33, 34, 39, 40, 42, 44, 48, 57, 60, 64, 78, 98, 101, 119, 122, 124.

Year dates, Errors due to ignorance of the mode of reckoning by regnal years, l. xviii.


Footnotes

1 For lists of these arranged under Companies, see 'Contents' of vol. I.